Topping off ceremony of Natsu Tower

Federal Land Tops Off Second Tower of The Seasons Residences in BGC

Federal Land, Inc., along with its Japanese partners Nomura Real Estate Development Co., Ltd. and Isetan Mitsukoshi Holdings Ltd., celebrates another milestone with the topping off ceremony of The Seasons Residences Natsu Tower. The event marks the structural completion of the second tower of the development — a testament to Federal Land’s commitment to developing […]

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Biz Buzz: Tys bring Japan to PH

Tys bring Japan to PH Big real estate groups have been going to town with their township projects. More builders have announced plans to enter the space, which loosely refers to a mixed-use residential, work and commercial community located within or outside an urban area. With new players coming onboard, it’s natural the Ty family’s […]

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Federal Land, Nomura Real Estate Development set to bring best of both worlds with new joint venture company

Federal Land NRE Global Inc. (FNG), the joint-venture between the property giant and Japanese Nomura Real Estate Development Co., Ltd. (NRE), one of Japan’s top developers, is planning to bring Japanese technology and aesthetics to the Philippine. t the formal announcement of the joint venture, Federal Land president Tom Mirasol revealed that the partnership will […]

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A lifestyle of elegance and efficiency

MANILA, Philippines — The Japanese have long adhered to a simple, elegant and efficient lifestyle. In their vernacular, it can be described as shibui, which translates to “a particular aesthetic of simple, subtle and unobtrusive beauty.” The shibui is reflective in their arts, fashion, food, even architecture and interior design. This essential Japanese quality, will […]

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Federal Land and Nomura Real Estate Development form powerhouse venture

Imagine a partnership of two giants, a homegrown Filipino property developer and a Japanese real estate company, which both belong to two mammoth conglomerates in their respective markets.
Read more: The Philippine Star

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Federal Land partners with Japanese firm for P48-B venture

Ty family-led Federal Land Inc. has teamed up with Japanese property developer Nomura Real Estate Development Co. to create a P48-billion local joint venture company that aims to deliver world-class township developments.
Read more: Business Inquirer

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Japanese real estate developer Nomura brings its expertise to the Philippines

The Philippine real estate industry continues to enjoy steady growth attributed to, among other things, an equally steady increase in demand in the residential condominium segment. As the income of the middle to upper-middle class grows, their taste has also become more discerning. They are now more concerned about products that are reflective of their lifestyle choices and products that provide conveniences and comfort.

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Federal Land’s Grand Central Park Adds More Exclusive Residences To BGC

With the World Bank GDP growth projection of 6.4% and new pro-growth economic policies, the Philippines is poised to sustain its economic rise. The various infrastructure projects of the government and the private sectors hail optimism to both local and foreign investors across all segments, but especially for the real estate industry.

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5 Things Filipinos Love About Japan

As it is in the forefront of Japan of creative, cultural and technological advancement, Japan became synonymous with robots, anime and kawaii. Japanese brands churn products that are timely, relevant, practical yet very appealing.

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